Seasonal Cooking | LATE SUMMER’S Tempting Sweets and Cooling Drinks for Hot Weather Relaxing

Baked Figs with Thyme

Although the mornings and evenings are still balmy, and days can be terrifyingly hot, the first signs of Autumn begin to appear. We still need cooking dishes and drinks. Fruit gradually changes away from stone fruits as Autumn fruits begin to appear later in the month. During Late Summer, food gains more body, as if the physical body wants to stock up for the approach of cold weather.

Enjoy some special Tempting Sweets and Cooling Drinks Inspiration for Late Summer. You can also browse

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Sweet Things for Late Summer Relaxing

Fruit

Banana Coconut Dessert

Baked Figs with Thyme

 

Icecreams and Sorbets

Scones and Pancakes

Surnoli, a sweet dosa from Goa

Rice and Sago Dishes

Lemony Sago in Coconut Milk

Sweet Noodles

Dosa and Fritters

Cooling Drinks for Hot Weather in Late Summer

Cooling and refreshing, the yoghurt-based Lassi drinks of India are perfect for any hot weather. Our drinks for Late Summer feature sweet and salty lassi drinks, and that perennial favourite, Panaka. Please enjoy these Late Summer suggestions.

Fruit Juice with Zucchinis

Gin and Chilli

Teas

Persian Rosebuds and Borage Flowers for a Persian Tea

Ginger and Lemongrass Tea

Chai

Tulsi and Mint with Cinnamon Chai

Juices

Watermelon Juice with Mint and Ginger

Yoghurt Drinks

Salt Lassi

Jeera Lassi | Cumin Yoghurt Drink | Vegetarian | A Life Time of Cooking

Sweet Lassi
Fruit Lassi

Strawberry Lassi | Indian Yoghurt Drink | Summer | Life Time Cooking

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Author: Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.

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